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and educators. >> sandra and deborah we will take a quick break and come back to mosaic in just a moment. >> welcome back to mosaic. i am rabbi white and honored to be your host. we are talking about books na have been written and what books actually mean to us in society and i'm wondering as you were thinking of writing the book, each of you and actually writing it and going through the whole process of editing and working with a publisher and seeing it on a book shelf and internet, all of the different place where is people buy books, what were your hopes about what the reader would actually get out of what you were presenting? >> that's a really good question. it is such a long process from conception to actually writing, editing and my case illustrations being added to it and then actually holding a book in your hands. for me, since it is a children's book, what i really hoped that people would get out of it, is that i hoped that they would see the book and cover which i think is fun and delightful, my illustrator did a lovely job and be drawn to the character. a friend of mine sent
the bob barker studio at cbs in hollywood, it's "the price is right!" deborah wesolowski, come on down. ( cheers and applause ) jeanette hazelwood, come on down. ( cheers and applause ) sherie roberts, come on down. ( cheers and applause ) jennifer mchenry, come on down. ( cheers and applause ) you are the first four contestants, as we honor breast cancer awareness month on "the price is right." and now, here's your host, drew carey! >> drew: welcome to the show, everybody, welcome to "the price is right". hello, everybody. nice to see you. say hi to george gray, everybody. >> george: hi everybody. looking good, drew. >> drew: everybody is in pink. i'm in pink. a lot of people affected which breast cancer, so today whether you're a supporter, survivor, fighter, whatever, welcome to the show. nice to have you here. welcome to "the price is right". george, first prize up for bid today, let's get it going on "the price is right". >> george: we've got warriors in pink accessories. ( cheers and applause ) bang the drum and show your support with this 22-piece collection of 'ford warriors in
>>> coming up -- deborah potter has the final report in our series on the large and growing number of americans who say they have no religious affiliation. what effect might these unaffiliated have on organized religion? >>> and this breast cancer awareness month, kim lawton talks with evangelical author and speaker joni eareckson tada about her battle with cancer. >>> also, muslim children in virginia learning about the hajj by pretending to make the pilgrage themselves. >>> welcome, i'm bob abernethy. it's good to have you with us. more than 3 million muslims from around the world traveled to mecca this week for the hajj, the annual pilgrimage all able muslims are called upon to perform once in their lifetime. pilgrims take part in a series of rituals that recall events from the lives of abraham and the prophet muhammad. on friday, muslims began observing the three days of eid-al-adha or the festival of sacrifice. some sacrifice animals such as sheep or cows to recall abraham's willingness to sacrifice his son in obedience to god. >>> in a major speech on poverty, vice-presidenti
. we have the started just minutes away. but we may not have deborah because of a glitch in the video. but, again, players are ready to take the field for game four of the world series and more from detroit in just a bit. >> first off, though, fans and players had to deal with drizzle. any rain expected tolinger, mark? >> heather and ken, some of this is working back closer to detroit, and we cannot rule out a chance of a few light showers or drizzle. this is the current temperature, 44 and a breeze out there, sustained out of the north at 16 miles per hour with the shower activity pretty close by. it's not major but still at least in the detroit area where the bulk of the action is to the east. but for first pitch at 5:15 our time, 42 degrees and lots of cloud cover and a bit of a breeze, 18 to 20 miles per hour and a chance of drizzle or a spotty shower but another cold evening in detroit with temperatures dropping into the lower 40s. giants' fans are gathering at the civic center for a big public world series viewing party in front of city hall as you can see. a jumbo television sc
. this is 11 news at 6:00. >> i am deborah weiner. the big season is post-season baseball returns to camden yards for the first time in 15 years. the orioles are waiting to take on the bronx bombers in the first game of the division series. home pride is running deep. we have live coverage. john collins has an update on the forecast. pete gilbert has a preview of the big game. we begin with sheldon dutes live outside of oriole park with all the excitement. >> the rain has started to come down heavier in the past five minutes. that is not stopping the fans from having a good time. people are gearing up for the game this afternoon. there is a rain delay for this evening's game. no word on when the game will start. the fans are excited nonetheless. there is a whole generation of fans and gearing up to see the birds play for the first time in the postseason. >> it is my first playoff game. >> then there is the other crowd of fans who were little kids in 1997 and barely remember the last time the orioles were relevant this late in the season. >> i was 6 years old. i cannot wait. this is the happ
column on the ballot and deborah second and third choice candidates in the second and third columns resect to do -- respectively. this makes it possible to elect local officials with the majority of votes. more than 50% without the need for a second runoff election. in san francisco, ranked choice of voting is for the election of members of the board of supervisors, the mayor, sharon, just -- district attorney, city attorney, treasurer, this is a recorder, and public defender. ranked joyce voting does not apply to elections for local school and community college board members. number the election of state or federal officials. ranked choice of voting does not affect the adoption ballot measures. when voters received their ballot, either at a polling place or an absentee ballot in the mail, it will consist of multiple cards. voters will receive cards with contests for federal and state offices, as well as for state propositions and local ballot measures. for ranked choice voting contest, voters will receive a separate ranked choice ballot card. it will have instructions to rank three
artists. welcome to the show, deborah. tell us how this program began 20 years ago. >> the program began 20 years ago. our founder was an environmentalist and an activist and an artist in the 1970's. she started these street sweeping campaigns in the city. she started with kids. they had an exhibition at city hall. city officials heard about her efforts and they invited her to this facility. we thought it would coincide with our efforts to get folks to recycle, it is a great educational tool. since then, we have had 95 professional artists come through. >> how has the program changed over the years? how has the program -- what can the public has an artist engage with? >> for the most part, we worked with metal and wood, what you would expect from a program like ours. over the years, we tried to include artists and all types of mediums. conceptual artists, at installation, photographers, videographers. >> that has really expanded the program out. it is becoming so dynamic right now with your vision of interesting artists in gauging here. why would an artist when to come here? >> mainly, a
. >>> and the san francisco crime lab tech anything is accused of stealing cocaine. deborah madden stole cocaine she was supposed to be testing at the lab. she is facing charges of illegal drugs by fraud. madden has a admitted to taking the drugs but denies the fraud charge. they prompted the district attorney to dismiss evidence based on evidence from that lab. it is based on four years in prison. >>> they are now looking for two missing fisherman. the pair were missing since the boat overturned 20 miles south of half-moon bay. a coast guard search and rescue team did more searches. four people were aboard the boat and two people made it back safely. there are civil on the shore helping in the search. >>> it is another very warm day and a wave of whether or weather. rosemary orozco is here with more, rosemary? >> reporter: it is a gorgeous beach day, once again giving you a live look mostly sunny skies and 70 degrees and on the flip side, it is a scorcher once again inland and today will be the hottest day, we are looking at temperatures from the mid-60s to near 90 degrees along the coast and far i
on to their ticket stubs. this is the giant's first game seven victory since the team moved to san francisco. deborah was also inside and she joins us live to tell us what it was like, deborah? >> julie we're outside the players' entrance and amid the noise the rain, the craziness, the euphoria, let me show you a quiet moment. in the underground tunnel the players use to go from the club house to the field, we saw brandon crawferred take a quick detour for a picture and a kiss. down the hall to say hello to his wife, jay lin before the game. he's headed to a world series with his childhood game team. jaylin will have some stories to tell to her daughter. >> people tease me, don't go into labor yet. she kicked during the game the whole time because it got so loud. i'm jumping up and down, we're all out of our seats all night. >> jaylin is surrounded by herser her sisters -- by her sisters and she always wears a lucky frog necklace. when she watches her 25-year- old son perform with so much poise under so much pressure, she remembers so long ago when he started with it-ball. >> that's -- t-ball. >> jus
francisco. deborah was also inside and she joins us live to tell us what it was like, deborah? >> julie we're outside the players' entrance and amid the noise the rain, the craziness, the euphoria, let me show you a quiet moment. in the underground tunnel the players use to go from the club house to the field, we saw brandon crawferred take a quick detour for a picture and a kiss. down the hall to say hello to his wife, jay lin before the game. he's headed to a world series with his childhood game team. jaylin will have some stories to tell to her daughter. >> people tease me, don't go into labor yet. she kicked during the game the whole time because it got so loud. i'm jumping up and down, we're all out of our seats all night. >> jaylin is surrounded by herser her sisters -- by her sisters and she always wears a lucky frog necklace. when she watches her 25-year- old son perform with so much poise under so much pressure, she remembers so long ago when he started with it-ball. >> that's -- t-ball. >> just imaginary games in the backyard. hitting the home run that wins the game. he envisione
needs. costume shop manager, deborah weber, says they have a costume for every occassion. ">>>(deborah weber/costume shop manager): "animal costumes, period costumes, and a lot of contemporary things...kind of the sky is the limit. our collection dates back probably 60-70 years."" the costumes are either bought from thrift stores, donated, and sometimes even made from scratch. it costs ten dollars to rent a costume, but again they are not available for parites or halloween. the san jose downtown resident's association is teaming up with local businesses to keep more money in the pockets of san jose consumers. people can use their smartphones to scan q-r codes on s-j-d-r-a flyers. it will give users a list of discounts available on the group's facebook page. codes can be used to get "flash" discounts for food and events in the downtown san jose area. the head of the group, kymberli brady, says there are opportunities for consumers and businesses alike. ">>>they can just see posts and listings of merchants who have gone on there and said, "you know, i feel like offering 2 for 1 drinks to
't taking any chances. they're out tonight buying batteries and gadgets to keep the lights on. our deborah alvarone is one of them. >> if you haven't heard about searntiond you've been living under a rock. but what are you going to do with this when the lights go out? i'm here at eastern mountain sports. >> we've got a few things that will help you get through a power outage. here we have a solar charger that you wille able to charge up before a storm hits. you can also charge it up in the wall. that will help get you back on- line. >> what about this? >> very essential, especially for the power going out, emergency radio and flashlight. so we have here a headlamp. the best part about having a headlamp is going to be that it allows for hands-free. we have small usb chargers. you can hook these up into your car charger, plug in a cell phone, ipad, works just like your propane gas range at home. they run off of coleman fuel cannisters. >> that's going make sure you don't get sick. >> that's going to make sure you don't get sick when the water plant can't pump wort out. one of the last things
'm deborah feyerick in for don lenin. let's get you up to speed on the day's headlines. the presidential candidates are headed west. president obama is in nevada tonight, holding a rally at desert pines high school. let's take a moment, listen in. >> i'm going to use the money we're no longer spending on war to do some nation building here at home. rebuilding our roads, and our bridges, and putting americans back to work. that's part of what makes america strong. that's what we're going to do. so that's the choice we face in this election. what the election comes down to, and you are going to hear over the next two months, i know you must be tired of hearing hands, but you're going to hear more over the next two -- or the next six weeks, and over and over again you're going to hear my opponents talk about how bigger tax cuts, fewer regulations, that's the way to go. and since government can't do everything it should do almost nothing. they're making -- if you can't afford health care, then hope you don't get sick. if you can't afford college, borrow money from your parents. you know what
? deborah of "the street" says she feels the market is destined to go higher and points out $22 billion came flooding out of equity mutual funds in the month of august, alone. show she feels that money is going to come flowing back for the investors who feel they missed out on the action, marie w ya. >> is deborah right? could we have this market meltup continue? cnbc contributor abigail doolittle suggests taking money off the table in the face of these gains. deborah, let me kick this off with you. you're a believer here. you think we're going to see a market meltup going into year end. what happened in august then? i mean, what changed that all that money came out of funds in august? why do you think it's going to play catchup here? >> maria, i think everyone bought into september being that bad month. they wiere all scared and pulle out. we didn't have the selloff they were expecting. we started to see from libra, i looked at their numbers, most is coming into the equity etfs, not equity funds, themselves. they're starting to tiptoe back in. you have so many portfolio managers that said i
leaping from one house to another. our deborah feyerick is live in breezy point, queens right now with the latest. deborah? >> reporter: you know, anderson, somebody who lives here summed it up best. they said fighting a fire in a hurricane is a lesson in futility. all the homes here, completely obliterated. you can see some foundations, but pretty much nothing else. you can see cars that were incinera incinerated. this we believe is a jeep. this we believe is a honda. it is hard to make out anything in the massive debris. there were 200 firefighters who were who trying to put out this six alarm blaze. it followed the exact path of the wind last night, southeast. taking out all the homes almost in a pie-shaped direction. one official earlier, anderson, said there were probably as many as 100 homes which may have been devastated. this is such a tight community. as i was walking through, folks would actually come to see if anything was salvageable. one man check out his sister's home saying not only his sister's home was burned to the ground but his father-in-law's home. three siste
to these idiots, fnk, who had done all the trading. i knew what i had read in the paper. deborah sitting there looking uncomfortable. he wanted to know if i had any thoughts about what he could do about it. i did not have the facts. favor legally obliged to pay these bonuses. i took that at face value, but i thought it was outrageous. i told him about being fdic's process. we can take control of an institution but sometimes you do need to pay people, but you can control that. i basically -- i tried to be constructive. i did notant to express t outrage -- that was when i first pitch to him the idea of having reform that would ve the fdic the power to put these very large institutions into a bankruptcy-like process where they would be punished. he was later very supportive of this piece of the dodd-frank bill. it was clear to me that he was quite upset and all my interactions with him, i think he gets it. he has a main street guy. i do think he wanted -- he did it for all the right. he was worriedut t abo financial system being stable. tim and larry had a god mechanical skills, but they di
a police lab technician charged with stealing drug evidence has ended in mistrial. deborah maddon admits she took cocaine from san francisco's crime lab. investigators had to dismiss hundreds of charges because of that admission. the judge declared a mistrial. >>> and a propane tank is suspected of starting a 3-alarm duplex fire in berkeley. it took crews two hours to get it under control. five people living in the home were able to get out safely, including a woman in a wheel chair. >>> and a new shopping concept is unveiled in san jose. the walmart neighborhood market is now open at the west gate mall. they challenged other groceries in the area. >>> some south bay thieves made off with something more precious than simple possessions. they stole a little girl's puppy! the dog's name is miko. thieves broke into a home near hayes elementary. when they took their puppy, they also took a piece of their heart, the mother says. >> when we came and found out, the only thing i could think of is how am i going to tell my 10-year-old? what mother wants to tell their children that part of their l
said they able to reach a verdict against deborah madden jurors agreed she took cocaine from the lab but disagreed whether prosecutors proved she did it my means of deception. the d.a.'s office was forced to dismiss 500 drug-related cases. >>> memorial for the u.s. ambassador killed in libya will be held in san francisco in two weeks. ambassador chris stevens died in an attack in benghazi last month. he warned a colleague in august not to travel to libya because of safety concerns. stevens had a home in the bay area. the memorial will be held october 16th in the rotunda at san francisco's city hall. it will be open to the public and set to start at 4:30 p.m.. >>> california highway patrol says, auto -- auto thefts have gone down in the state for the sixth year in a row, dropped 1.3% during the past year and they say due to enforcement, education and using high-tech advancements that can help deter or catch auto thieves we also have increased technology, license plate reader technology, lojack technology and our bait vehicle technology where we place cars in places where we want them
file this morning. deborah. -- call from ohio this morning. deborah. caller: i am definitely an obama supporter. it comes down to planned parenthood. when i was 20 i found myself single and pregnant, and i went to planned parenthood, and they helped me figure out a bird plan, how to get a car seat, a gynecologist birth plan, how to get a car seat, which it birth plan, a gynecologist -- birth plan, a gynecologist, a car seat, and now my baby is in her third year of college. i had no health insurance. i have no idea what to do with a baby. i was a very young 20. they helped me become a responsible parent, and i think other women should have that option. they do more than provide abortion. when it comes to that issue, there is no way i could ever vote for mitt romney or paul ryan. host: what did you hear in the debate last night that you like, deborah? caller: i think i am fearful of a romney presidency. they do not sound like the big, bad ogres in all of the commercials. ryan sounds reasonable, but i do not like his ideas. when you listen to the political commercials, they sound like th
serangeti in '98, [speaker not understood] in 2000, deborah major in 2002, jack cushman in 2006, and dianne de prima in 2009. and he moved to san francisco in the early '70s from los angeles, but really has become embedded in the mission district. and i know that supervisor campos is going to make a couple of remarks in a moment. alejandro, i know, is a great teacher at san francisco state where i taught many years. his students see him as a mission visionary. he's also someone that works collectively with other poets. i pulled this off my shelf, alejandro from 1975 from third world communications with the intro by maya angelou. [speaker not understood]. you were an early leader in bringing together communities. i also wanted to say that as you were honored at [speaker not understood] in july, i was very proud to be there with many san francisco state people, some from the third world strike, some that came after. it was just an honor to be there with you as mayor ed lee and the whole arts establishment kind of acknowledged you as our poet laureate. and i know at that ceremony you also sa
bicicleta.... y en caballo... policias vigilan el sendero... residentes estan alarmados.. deborah y su esposo transitan todos los dias por este lugar... "estoy sorprendida y asustada, vimo seÑales de la policia y no sabiamos que pasaba..ni nos imaginamos que sucedio este ataque..se siente como si el crimen se estaria apoderando de este agradable vecindario" residentes piden mayor presencia policial...dicen sentirse inseguros.. especialmente porque este incidente no es el primero... en julio pasado, una mujer fue atacada en el mismo sendero, pero en el area de georgetow n.... el agresor trato de ahorcarla y ella perdio el conocimiento... "calculen a que hora van a salir a trotar para que regresen a su casa cuando no este oscuro, porque el problema es cuando las personas regresan de correr a sus casas y el area es oscura, entonces puede ser un peligro" la joven de 21 aÑos continua hospitalizada, pero en condicion estable... el sospechoso es descrito como de raza blanca, tiene alrededor de unos 20-aÑos de edad y vestia ropa color oscura... si tiene hace unos meses les contamos la hist
gets in here. >> thank you. we are joined now by deborah norville. thank you for being with us. >> how are you today? >> great. great to talk to you as always. one of the most highly rated syndicated shows. in the middle of your 25th season now. unbelievable. what is it like to be a part of? >> it is really cool. the show has managed to stay on the air because it has been spared of about evolving. the kinds of stories that people were interested in 20 years ago, people will back at them now. we are always coming up with some new things. you work on a daily television, we throw things up there and people do not like it. but we tend to get it right more than get it wrong. >> tonight's show highlights a group of people who are suffering through a terrible disease known as fop. >> yes, that is short for a disease in which people's muscles, their joints, their attendance begin to calcify. it is as if their body turns into a type of stone. we brought three people with this disease together to talk about how they deal with their challenges and what could have, frankly, been a really weird sto
, you said it, deborah. >> panic at the mall. shoppers and employees, they were sent scrambling after they tried to fire bomb the food court with a cocktail. it happened at the ballston common mall in arlington shortly after noon today. the man was arrested hours later as we've got it on tape. we've got dramatic video you'll see only on 9 news. >>> according to authorities, the suspect was up on the third- story ballny trying -- balcony trying to bomb people down at the food court. only on 9, you're watching the moments police with their guns drawn, suspected of masterminding a failed attack inside the ballston common mall. >> it is really scary, i won't lie. >> reporter: 9 news was inside the mall just moments after it broke out. witnesses said that he threw the bombs from the third-floor building. >> it reeked of gasoline. >> yeah, a very strong and powerful smell. and that there is just glass everywhere. >> reporter: thankfully it is never ignited and no one hurt. police found three more similar types of explosive devices inside the mall. >> it was a rude crude device. it was nothi
york. deborah feyerick is covering that part of the story. good morning, deb. >> reporter: good morning. we want to tell you, the damage out here is extraordinary. more than 50 homes. missing their faces, just sheared off. this gentleman and his family were here overnight. this is steve and his wife and his daughter. first of all, tell us, you stayed overnight. what was it like? >> there was nothing you could do. there was water surrounding the hous house. >> reporter: why did you decide to stick it out? >> i'm a volunteer firefighter, trying to give a helping hand. and we got trapped. can't even help anybody. i couldn't help myself. >> reporter: were there moments where you thought this is it, we're not going to make it out? >> absolutely. absolutely. >> reporter: you are clearly shaken by this. waves, water. >> yeah. water came inside the house. came into the basement first and then uncontrollably started coming up to the first floor. we went up to the second floor. i was hoping maybe it would stop. and it eventually did. and then looking out the window, we saw the fires and we couldn
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